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Compare today’s live mortgage rates from our lender panel. The interest rates you’re shown are an indication only; to understand your eligibility, create a free Tembo plan for a personalised recommendation and seek mortgage advice.

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88 mortgage deals

Barclays Bank

35 years

5 years fixed

Repayment

£1,072

Monthly cost

4.55%

Interest rate

£65,308

Cost over 5 years

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HSBC

35 years

5 years fixed

Repayment

£1,071

Monthly cost

4.55%

Interest rate

£65,760

Cost over 5 years

Nationwide BS

35 years

5 years fixed

Repayment

£1,071

Monthly cost

4.55%

Interest rate

£64,760

Cost over 5 years

HSBC

35 years

5 years fixed

Repayment

£1,071

Monthly cost

4.55%

Interest rate

£65,760

Cost over 5 years

Virgin Money

35 years

5 years fixed

Repayment

£1,072

Monthly cost

4.55%

Interest rate

£65,104

Cost over 5 years

Nationwide BS

35 years

5 years fixed

Repayment

£1,071

Monthly cost

4.55%

Interest rate

£64,760

Cost over 5 years

HSBC

35 years

5 years fixed

Repayment

£1,075

Monthly cost

4.58%

Interest rate

£65,161

Cost over 5 years

HSBC

35 years

5 years fixed

Repayment

£1,075

Monthly cost

4.58%

Interest rate

£65,011

Cost over 5 years

Nationwide BS

35 years

5 years fixed

Repayment

£1,077

Monthly cost

4.59%

Interest rate

£65,595

Cost over 5 years

Halifax

35 years

5 years fixed

Repayment

£1,080

Monthly cost

4.61%

Interest rate

£65,562

Cost over 5 years

Halifax

35 years

5 years fixed

Repayment

£1,080

Monthly cost

4.61%

Interest rate

£65,812

Cost over 5 years

Skipton BS

35 years

5 years fixed

Repayment

£1,081

Monthly cost

4.62%

Interest rate

£67,843

Cost over 5 years

Leeds BS

35 years

5 years fixed

Repayment

£1,082

Monthly cost

4.63%

Interest rate

£64,933

Cost over 5 years

Barclays Bank

35 years

5 years fixed

Repayment

£1,086

Monthly cost

4.65%

Interest rate

£66,148

Cost over 5 years

Leek Building Society

35 years

5 years fixed

Repayment

£1,085

Monthly cost

4.65%

Interest rate

£65,696

Cost over 5 years

Virgin Money

35 years

5 years fixed

Repayment

£1,086

Monthly cost

4.65%

Interest rate

£64,649

Cost over 5 years

Virgin Money

35 years

5 years fixed

Repayment

£1,089

Monthly cost

4.67%

Interest rate

£64,818

Cost over 5 years

Nationwide BS

35 years

5 years fixed

Repayment

£1,089

Monthly cost

4.68%

Interest rate

£65,354

Cost over 5 years

Clydesdale Bank

35 years

5 years fixed

Repayment

£1,091

Monthly cost

4.69%

Interest rate

£65,488

Cost over 5 years

Santander UK Plc

35 years

5 years fixed

Repayment

£1,092

Monthly cost

4.7%

Interest rate

£66,522

Cost over 5 years

What should your mortgage be compared to income?

Typically, lenders like banks and building societies will let you borrow between 4 to 4.5 times your household income for a mortgage. However, some people can borrow more than this, for example with a 5.5x Income Mortgage or Professional Mortgage you could borrow up to 5.5 or even 6.5 times your income. But you should make sure to not overstretch yourself when borrowing a mortgage loan. Ideally, the monthly repayments on a mortgage should account for no more than 30-40% of your take home pay.

How will interest rates affect my mortgage calculator result?

Your mortgage interest rate is the money you pay a lender in return for them lending you the money you need to buy a property. Interest rates are calculated as a percentage of your total mortgage loan. If you take out a mortgage with a higher interest rate, the amount you pay each month will be higher. However, it can be difficult to know if interest rates will go up or down, and often it’s better to get on the ladder sooner rather than renting for longer as property prices can increase, which could price you out of buying even if rates do drop.

Who is offering the best mortgage rates in the UK?

Which lender is offering the best mortgage rates depends on what deals and rates you’re eligible for. Each mortgage product has different eligibility criteria, so you may not qualify for all deals, and the rate you’ll be offered is based on your individual affordability. Plus, banks and building societies often change their rates multiple times a month, so the lender offering the best mortgage rate one week could be entirely different the week after. To see which banks are best for you and your situation, work with a mortgage broker to understand your options.

Need help accessing better mortgage rates?

If you’re struggling to get on the ladder, or need help boosting your affordability, you’re in the right place. At Tembo, we specialise in helping buyers boost their buying potential so they can buy sooner. In fact, on average our customers increase their budgets by up to £82,000. Create a free Tembo plan to see what you could be offered.

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